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Tagungsdokumentation

Selected presentations of the seminar:"Ecological Networks and Climate Change"

October 27th to 30th 2008 at the International Academy for Nature Conservation Isle of Vilm, Germany

The workshop was organized by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation in cooperation with Leibniz University Hannover.

The aim of this workshop was to discuss the scientific basis of ecological networks as an adaptation strategy to climate change and how to implement this knowledge into the future planning of ecological networks.

Introduction

Ecological networks and climate change
KARIN ULLRICH (BfN)

Ecological networks and climate change
MICHAEL REICH (Leibniz University Hannover)

Regional aspects of climate change in Germany
HOLGER GÖTTEL (Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology,Hamburg)

Mobility and dispersal of species as an adaptation to climate change?

Effects of climate change on ecological networks for animal species with high mobility
WOLFGANG FIEDLER (Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology)

Effects of climate change on the connectivity of metapopulations of animal species with low mobility
THOMAS FARTMANN (University of Münster)

Effects of climate change on sessile species and isolated populations
HELMUT FRANZ (National Park Berchtesgaden)

Effects of climate change on the distribution of plant species
INGOLF KÜHN (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Halle)

Effects of climate change on ecological networks

Which habitats in core areas of ecological networks are most affected by climate change?
PAM BERRY (Oxford University Centre for the Environment)

Which habitats in core areas of ecological networks in Germany are most affected by climate change?
KATRIN VOHLAND (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)

What potential do ecosystems and species have in a changing environment?
SANDRA BALZER (BfN)

Ecological networks as a strategy to mitigate the effects of climate change

Conservation Planning and the Use of Ecological Networks in Evaluating Climate Change Vulnerability: a National Perspective
ROGER CATCHPOLE (University of Salford)

Do existing plans and concepts consider the expected changes? Case study from the Iberian Peninsula
DIOGO ALAGADOR (Biodiversity and Global Change Lab, Spain)

A case study from Germany: Planning of Ecological Networks on the level of the federal states. Suitable to compensate effects of climate change?
KERSTEN HÄNEL (University of Kassel)

Climate change and ecological networks in biodiversity conservation planning
WILLEMIEN GEERTSEMA (Alterra - Landscape Centre, Wageningen University)

Which new demands do ecological networks have to meet? A national perspective
STEFAN KREFT & PROF. DR. PIERRE L. IBISCH (University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde)  

A regional perspective
DANIEL FUCHS (PAN Planning office for applied nature conservation, Munich)

Letzte Änderung: 19.12.2008

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